Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul @ Putrajaya Putrajaya

Cendol has been around for a long time and stood tall as a popular dessert across Southeast Asia. The earliest recorded mention of the word cendol is in a Malay document back in 1932 and the history of Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul dated back just as far.

In 1936, Mr Tan began making and selling cendol at Penang Road, and 40 years later one his sons took over the business. The business eventually became known as what it is not only because of its history but also for the maintained authenticity above fast and friendly service. The original stall still exists in Penang but through the power of marketing, one does not have to travel far for a bowl of authentic chendulThis branch of Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul in IOI Putrajaya is the more recent branch, designed in a traditional style in upholding its proud roots. 

The menu here stay as humble as their beginnings, with only 3 kinds of cendol to choose from; OriginalDurian and White Coffee. Each of their cendol consists of shaved ice and fresh green cendol flour noodles, doused over with light coconut milk, palm sugar and kidney beans; with extra addition of durian and white coffee flavour for the other two cendol types. Penang Road also offers a twist for those who wished to enjoy cendol flavour in a modern way with the Chendul Ice Blended.

For a business that has been going on for nearly a century, Penang Road has kept its recipe, its dignity and its history. Slowly growing from a roadside cendol stall, to offering more food variety to now a multi-branch establishment, it is the definition of perseverance and consistency. Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul also serves good and authentic Asam Laksa, Penang Curry Noodles and Teochew Rojak, some with slight contemporary modification.